"Viagra" has been helpful for diabetics, cores

Preparations against male impotence, including "Viagra", were able to reduce the risk of heart disease. As he writes on Wednesday, June 15, edition of the Daily Express, a study conducted by specialists of the Center of Cardiac Surgery at the University of Manchester (UK). It is expected that the article will be published in the next issue of the journal BMJ.

It was found that taking pills against erectile dysfunction can reduce arrhythmia (disturbance of heart rhythm), which is often the cause of death in patients with heart failure.

In addition, the researchers followed a group of six thousand diabetics that drugs such as "Viagra" have been registered. According to statistics, people with diabetes, the most susceptible to diseases of the cardiovascular system, including heart attacks. However, under observation of patients evolved opposite situation.

"Heart failure - a devastating condition in which your heart is not pumping blood through the body as before (...) At the present time the prospects of patients with the disease rather grim - worse than in some types of cancer. Our research has shown that the drugs commonly used to treat impotence in fact have a very pronounced effect, which slows down the development of heart failure. They also reduce the likelihood of arrhythmia leading to death, "- said Professor Andrew Trafford (Andrew Trafford).

Currently, scientists are going to conduct clinical studies that establish the way in which drugs such as "Viagra" effect on the development of heart disease.

In 2014, experts from the University of Rome La Sapienza already performed with the assumption according to which the anti-impotence drugs are useful for men who have a predisposition to cardiovascular disease. That is the conclusion they reached, after analyzing the articles on medicine from 2004 to 2014, presented in four major scientific databases (Medline, Embase, Cochrane Library, and Scopus).